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What actions can an employer take to try to discourage their workers from organizing? Do you believe this would ultimately benefit or hurt the employer? Why?

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Here is a link to the nlrb website that describes actions employers cannot take to discourage workers from organizing. This will give you a better idea of what can/can't take place when a union is pursuing groups of employees within an organization. http://www.nlrb.gov/rights-we-protect/employerunion-rights-obligations

Recently within my organization, a large human service agency, one of the unions supporting service workers was pursuing our direct care employees. They were using all sorts of tactics to recruit employees and ultimately obtained the percentage of signatures needed to go to vote. This ...

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Example of what happens when Unions try to organize within human service industry

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